New Orleans

In a love letter Smith wrote for his family and friends in 2011, he stressed, "When I die I don't want people to cry. I lived a wonderful life."

A city contractor in New Orleans was the victim of a vicious vandalism attack after he discovered that his $200,000 Lamborghini was set ablaze. Although police didn’t officially make the connection, it is believed that the vehicle was torched because the contractor was hired to remove a series of statues related to the Confederacy. HuffPost Black […]

City council voted 6-1 to take down the “nuisances” that “have no place in history.”

New Orleans lawmakers are in the midst of considering whether to break with its Confederate past by removing longstanding monuments

The New Orleans School Board’s firing of 7500 employees in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina lacked decency, leadership and integrity. SEE ALSO: CBC Message To America: Some…

In recognition of the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Roland Martin and News One Now explore the New Orleans education system.

Where is New Orleans 10 years later, take a look at this infographic to see how Hurricane Katrina affected the beloved city.

A microscope has returned to New Orleans – the city forever changed ten years ago by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. The category five hurricane began…